National Healthy Skin Guideline: for the Prevention, Treatment and Public Health Control of Impetigo, Scabies, Crusted Scabies and Tinea for Indigenous Populations and Communities in Australia

The first-ever National Healthy Skin Guideline is designed to help health care providers easily recognise, diagnose, and treat skin infections using online resources such as photographs, learning tools and an interactive questionnaire. The Guideline also provides plenty of information on how to stop the spread of germs and keep skin strong and healthy.

Countries  Remote Australian Communities
Diseases Scabies
Drugs -
Research Discipline Population Health Interventions
Main investigator Associate Professor Asha Bowen
Contact Person Associate Professor Asha Bowen
Associate Investigators/Other Collaborators Ross AndrewsProfessor Andrew Steer
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Partner Organisations or Research Institutions involved Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases
Hot North
Menzies School of Health Research
Approximate project duration 2018